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~pkcopal Churchwomen ]Denni~ and 2onathan, Mr. and ,Karla Ann and Pauia Loo and ~on The b~piscopal Churchwomen of I Mrs. Perry Nicodemus Sr. and IHerbert Jr. were supper gue.~ts ......... St. J'~)hn's Church will meet at! son Roger I,ee and Mr. Austin I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Iho NICODEMUN tbe home of Mrs. Warren LaRue Nicodemus. ]mas Wiley and family on Toes- ------ on April 12 at 2 p.m. Remember the sale of the set-[day. ~e~ . . . Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bennett flement of the estate of Cleveland [ Miss ttelen Reed and Miss Lou S cnurcn, serwce wfl! and family of Charles Town and Tuml)lin on April 8 at 10:30 a. m. lisa Smith of Washington were t. Jonn s.~plscopm Mr. and Mrs. Edwards and son The Womens Auxiliary of St. Iwekend guests at the home of Mr. unday, April 9 at 9:30 were dinner guests at the home Johns Episcopal Church will have land Mrs Robert R Smith Jr. r r~ ...... , .Rev. 1.e~nple Wheel of Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Boyd. the lunch concession. I Mrs. Byron Harris of Rippon ~cnool wm de at Ju:3o Mrs. Julian Clark of Boyce, Easter Dinner Guests [and Mr. David 1t. Allen of Berry m Meets Va. and Mr. Joe MaKer of. Elkins, Mrs. Austin Nicodenms was an lville, Va. spent the last weekend 'ers of the South Jef- W. Va. were callers on Thursday Easter dinner guests at her par|visiting in New York City and itan Club met at the at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.rots Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pope of|Long Island. Mrs. Harris was the ~. H. N. Randolph Mort B. Nicodemus Sr. Berryville Va. on Sunday. Other I guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Dil- With everyone present. Elected President guests were Mr and Mrs Dallas lion and Miss Brooke Harris. Mr. se of the meeting was Pat Rissler was elected pres~Kibler and fam'ily Mr. and Mrs. I Allen was the guest of Mr. and ins for the future. The dent of Student Council for 1961- Eddie Lee Itart and family Mr. [ Mrs. John Orr and Miss Elizabeth ~rson Ruritan Club and 1962 at Charles Town High School 31ifford Green and Mr Archly I Lloyd Tabb. The Dillon are sail- ' County Ruritan Club election held on March 30. Arnett of Berryville Va." ling this nmnth to Africa where !.joint club meeting on Robert R. Smith IIII has return Mr. Carl Harris and girlfriend I Mr. Dillon an anthropologist is _____.,~.ght April 10 at the ed to VPI, Blacksburg Va. to re- Iiss Vickey Clark of Raphine, ldoing research. Miss Tabb return lnt School and the P. sume his studies after spendin~ Va. spent aSturday night with fed to Winchester with Mr. Allen ~Serve the supper, the Spring and ~Easter ~acatio{ Mr. Harris grandparents Mr. and land Mrs. Harris. ! Mrs. Warren LaRue as a guest of their parents Mr.~Irs. J. L. Chapman. I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harris ~en Carol and Jimmy and Mrs. Robert R. Smith,Jr. a~ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harris and ]and son from New Cumberland, ~r dinner guest at the their home Silver Spring'.;on of New Cumberland, Pa. were [Pa. spent Sunday afternoon with fMlr. and Mrs. Denzil Dinner guests at the home of :allers at the home of Mr. and ]their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Berryville, Va. Mr and Mrs. H B Nicodemus S1 :rs. tI. B. Nicodemus Sr. on Sun- [j. L. Chapman. ~n Chapman arrived on Easter Sunday were Mr. an, lay. [Beulah Circle ~ Morgantown to spend Mrs. Perry Nicodemus Jr. of Win The Beulah Presbyterian Sun- [ The Be-lah ~ircle of the Pres- ~tion with his parents chester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Wen 'ay School will be held on April[bvterian Ch,,reh ,~ill meet at the s. Paul D. Chapman. dell Whittington and children at 9:45 a.m. ]home of Mrs John Lncke Burns '~dden Death Leonard Grim ' " ..... . ......... l Jr. on April 13 at 2 o'clock. The ueonaru washington Linm, DO RIT OF JEFFERSON F~avmas ADVOCATE .................... [lesson taken from Phflhplans 3rd zol E ~aa,n St, ~erryvnle oleu[ . , )AY . . " . . chapter. The given subject Love , .APRIL 6, 1961 3---I . Winchester Memorml Hospital. Ia .............. " .......... I no uare uver us , Will De taugm --~ -~ te was oorn in wlarKe t;ounty a Ib ...... - ..... ~J ..... ., ...... i y mrs. donn /~. x~urils. : ' I ~on ot me late t:ammus rJogar I Mr and Mrs J L Chapman rim and Laura May Holtzclaw and PflMMIgqlflld hHPTiflM ! ! . |were'dinner guest at tide home of MllM Ih ~lVllVllddllh~ll ~V~llYll i ,rlm. for manyyears ne opera- IMiss Naomi Myers of Hedgesville, I~ ,-, ............ ...~,~,-,.~ .., . ! ea a garage an(/ serwce slation IW Va on the way home from ",~ b~t)ltti~ ~t~_,t ,~.~t'~, w. VA. ~ Berryville. Survivors include [H~d~o~'villa Mr an~d Mr~ {?ban- is wife Florence Liehliter Grim, |man"s~to',~,ed"'in -~a-rti"ns~;ur~--to ~l~ ~ brother Lucian Grim of Berry ....vv e, IDAY NIGHT- APRIL 7- 1961 ......... lwslt w,th Mrs Dorothy Stuekey ~lle anu two sisters mrs James . " ..... :.." .. . [ m Martmsburg to vlsR wlth Mrs. , tpe Ot Derryvllle ana ~rs Harry l~EGINNING AT 7'00 O CLOCK P M . [Dorothy Stuckey and son Wayne ..... dcodemus Jr. of Rippon. land Mr ~nd Mr~ .I L tlo~ L The funeral services were held I-"Jane"t" Pavne~'Sall" ~/atson,,'Bon is List ofSome Merchandise For Sale This n Monday at 2 n m at John H [ - - y '- - y ...... [. - ~-" , ~," " . -- " laleJaCKson, Luomllla ~rauna, ~naers ~unerai home m ~erry- . ........... [ Pat R~ssler, J'ane R~ssler attended lily va. conuuctea oy rtev ~arl~a Slumber Part- at the home of eo Electric Stove, Electric 1A inch Drill, Elec- ~wis Burial in " .... ~," m,I , Y ~nder, Lawn Chairs, Lawn Mower, Complete metelTy in Berryvill~. .......... ]~t~y Blues at Leetown on Mar- RO " " ~" '~'~" om Set, 2 Kitchen Sinks, Potatoes, Forks, Mrs. J'ulia Royston of Millwood.I ~.i,,o wa~,, ho~ h,~o. h,,.~o hovels, Refrigerators. a. and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert [ from school for a week sick with 1~ ............. hamblin and twin daughter| tonsillitis and she is still on the urtner lnlormaHon and uonslgnments Uall /sick list Best wishes to you Jan- . ice for a speedy recovery. CHARLES TOWN 7 R ,~aaa~za~a.~ a.vt.a:, accident on route 340 Mr Nico $1dfflt It I'RmFR I Mr. Calvin Nicodemus was ad- [ ....1 O P/'~I/I[1~I'T~T/'~NY ATT(~qPT~NY .... ,~ .,.,,,wh,, [ mitted to the Charles Town Gen- ~IILI IK., U~L.]lYllTlltOk.~Jt~J.kl .'~.uvJ~iea. 1 | a~,,~l l.T,,o~;t~! .~, W~,.~A., , ,~,. -i I~IT~I~D~T 1LTCtllqS"l ........ v ....... .... : ...... CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer ' / " . : " /demus snows improvements and m West Washington St ] expects to return home sometime [ this week. Charles Towl~ W, Va. / Mrs. Woodrow Adams and I | children Debbie and Franklin I ..... . [spent Sunday with her parents |llll~ ~l~l~ ~ I~l lip iPIIIrll~ I g.o~,~.- |Mr. and Mrs. Grover Orndorff of Clearbrook Va PLUg MII[LI$ I Jay 370 Night | ,. '. " ....... I . t mr. ana ~ars. Aloert ~moaemus I i ii | of Boyce, Va. were dinner guest ,- I | ~ .. | [ on Sunday at the home of Mr. LOt ll |JrtllnlT tl n-- I /and Mrs. Calvin Nieodemus. --'-" --'~'"'"'''"" I $ ~:| Mr. and Mrs. Louis Broy Jr. I -- , ...... I , ,-, % I and sons were Easter dinner fim l['~n l;~|[rc V~mm ~'nn%u [ ~ / / _('~ ~ | guests at the home of Mr. ad Mrs. [--,ms~, mvvvmm uv|~o m,v~ m%mmvvv ] ~ /..~ .4"]~ ~|Louis Broy Sr. of Berryville on I ,Ja / ~l,~tlaxr i Our own home-town people- laymen and |m: ri ndfaM[ . mChoavrlestNicoade- leians s bl d m y d p t "' you know -- direct and are re puns[ e [ | . .. ": ..' ~.._. .-. .............. I ,; ~.x~W.O//.~ / ~ t week from Oliveooy e arm to me -ning mue t..ross-t~lue ~nleia. t~otn are Local, I '~ ~I~7~a@L,~WI~, ~' l Brooklyn F;arm. , I'Profit Community Service organizations. Both I ~ ~//(f/~ ~ | Mr. and Mrs: Cecil Crouch and erni family were callers at the home ng boards are composed of leaders m thezr [ / | ~e'" ... " I ~ " :r',L -~- ~" " I of Miss Edna Farnsworth and sis Live communmes I |ters and Mr. Homes Farnsworth ice of Summit Point Sunday. : ,, rs and board members serve without pay. I BEA RTTODAMAG[$UITS Mr a,a Mrs T:i-,~"-a S,~,-r~, i:cipating physicians and hospital administrators | If you should accidentlv ~ | of Middleway, Mr. and Mrs, Char ks attuned to the health needs of our area) ad- I ~ cause pers.onal iniury a'r ~|les Heare, and Son of Summit 'and counsel, so that you and your family may [ oP~heP rer~~vetnealn" ~ | Point, Mr. and.Mrs. Eddie;Bayl!ss q~,.. . ,. o . . I ~, ..._-." d..:. " .... i~ __2.'.i2 # [anu tamny and Mr. aria Mrs, dll~ -.c maximum reheats mr every aouar you t '" l my Lieklider Of Berryvllle, Va. "d. ] ~ ~;u[~:~ al~nanYcoui ~ /were dinner guests on Sunday at a -~ - l } loss from personal liabil. ~ [ the home of Mr. and Mrs. Her, :.ueal with local doctors of your choice and our ] i ty clam.rod. S.ee ua about a. ~ [man Swartz. : hospitals. Each Blue Cross-Blue Shield Plan I f r onal | Weekend guests at the home a are -, ...... :-o : ....... .... mh I ......... " ......... "" ~ I of Mr. and Mrs. Harry ~Ticedemus Yet linked, nationally, for service everywhere. ] H.S. CLOPPER, JR./lvia Fawver-of Wilmington, Del; I~0St " . Mis Fawver is employed by Her~ twenty-five thousand Blue Cross-Blue Shield [ Insurance, and Real Sstate / "ulus Power Co in Del en and Bonds hers in our area are allied with over fifty- [ | Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Anders of "~e ~illion Blue Cross-Blue Shield nationwide | 120 E. Washington Street | Ranson were recent guests at the Scr" . . /home of Mr. Anders brother and Ibers, rovidm covera e and health care Charles Town W. Va. .... P g g [ , I sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs, Robert ughout the United States. I Telephone 216. Anders.' . m W ison 'f I ___ . i Mr. and Mrs. Ja es i ~o YOlll/ ilLUE CRO S. [ z..tt,t~l~tmmltttt ; IHyattsville, Md,, Mr. and Mrs. _ -- ............. I -" ,~,,,-iiil|lii*-m~ /~ I Glenn Myers and family of Rock BLUE SHIELD OFFICERS / ~~~ ~ |ville, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Ken- 1~- [ ...___.~. I neth Anders and family of Ran- a. {Va mDEnT. _ TREASURER / I son were Easter dinner guests on ..~, ~.ar~s, zu.o. ~._~/~e_rs, fl~., [ ~.,.~.~ l Sunday at the home of Mr. and a~rmont ' ,~_,_~-_a_m',Z"~etntU~io~ital I ~I~'JLY I Mrs. Robert Anders PIRST xn~rxuo ~ ,:, . v " wa r .... / ~,\'/~ [ Mrs. Austin Nicodemus S e- UCrter F~.'~ort:'~'I'.~) SECRETARY | 1~\]~ l cent guest at the home of her ' W M More~ Fairmont " " ~l~k. ~1 " ~t ~ .... e!-- 1 ~ I brother and sister-in-law Mr. and ~rt_ SECOND l:nue uross-~me ~nl m / I Mrs. Garland Pope of Berryville, t~ Soule, V P AND GENERAL COU S h I ............. ~::~%:" :~%~::~#~:~4 I I gonaro Danoo Anvil I)llOllgahela Power Harrison Conaway . iii~i!i~:!~iii~ilili~i ....- ------2 ....... %~a ....... ] ~::~i~!:.i~i~!i~i~ [ There will be a square dance at u~ny, ~'a~rmont ~'a]rmn~ | i~ii ii::~!i {the Community Center at Bar- ..... ~ ii I dane sponsored by South Jeffer- ~LUE CROSS DIRECTORS [ ~i~ ]son Ruritan Club The music will ~e i~!i!!~:~::~i:~ be by Shorty Bilimyer The time ~lna J Burke Adrian W. Rich, President/ i~ri~!~i~i~i~!~ l, ;1, ~.,~ o ;. so ...i "^.,~ ,t^n.,. ~._ l~rofessor Falrmont Machinery Co. [ :~:~::~:~ ::~:~:~'~'~::~:~~i l . , .- de State College Calvin Smith ~! !~ "~! ~i~ ~g~ ~ i ~ ~:~i " ~: ~ ~ :~1~ ~ ;~ Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Whitt. ',.;. ~[ ... . ~ ~:~.~" :"~i?'..~" ":~ "': " ' , ~ .?~. " .Carter, ~.O. aicl,ard S-ri.-er /, ~i~:~~~ I H. B. Nmodemus Sr. were recent alrmont . v ~ ~:.~i ~:~!. ' Broaddus Hospital | ~!?:~:~..:~!~i~i~ |guests at the home of Mrs. Rebec ,~2 .Wade Coberly Philippi l l[~i~i I ca Creamer and son of Boyce. Va. Meraorml Hospital J. Hi. Tnckwllier, M.D.,I ~~.i~i / .... Elktns ,, Fmrmont l ~i~!~i~::it:!~ [ ........ l ................... ['Deputy VA Director To When our Doctor BLUE SHIELD DIRECTORS [ y [Make Only One Visit To L. !~ Baron, M D Hugh C Myers, M D / gives you a prescription, [ Charles Town in April t lCairmont " " P'hlllpPl [ bring it confidently to this / Ray L. Senclndiver, deputy dir- ' ~" Carter, M D Adrian ~V Rich | n-~:..~...t.~.m.c., Here[ ector of the West Virginia Depart ~airmont President or Board | | meat of Veterans Affairs office o y ])dvis, M.D. Fairmont Gen. Hospital 1 you are assured skilled [ in Martinsburg, will be in Char- Ki~gwood les Town on VA business only ~' .. J.H. Tuckwtller, M.D.1 -rofessional service and| .......... ~. Groves, M.D. Falrmont 1 r /once during the month ot AprIL '~artlnsburg - r'en M D | prices that are uniform|), | Sencindiver said he will be at ' l~uffman M D P~iul P. IVa a , / " %ekhannon " " Grafton / fair. Remember the name /L he Legion oI~o~,ngae of th: Am?r~ '~.Keister, ,I.D. J.H. Woiverton, fir., M.D. / and convenient location. | p~lrp~s~'o;' asslstin'g'wd ve;era*ll~ airmont Pieamon~ . 1 ~..~..~.~.a ~.,,.~.- |their dependents, or beneficiar. I .. I NIIHII/~ & %lI.K lies, with government benefits to ,~ .~.~,..v.-~ ~ ~ vw which they may be entitled. Sen- e R055 & BLUE SHIEL / PHARMACISTS /ctndiver said he will not be in OF Charles Town April 28 due to a NORTHERN W|ST VIRGINIA, INC. I Telephone 173 /Spring Conference at Jackson's (Formerly Marion Counfy Hospital ] Charles Town, W. Va. ]Mill which he will be attending. and M~d;cal Ser*ice, Inc.) / / Phone 922 | | If you can't get behind a move Bldg -- Fnirmont, West Virginia i | ment for the god of the commun / | ity, the least you can do is get out -~ /from in front of it. / .... Three Exciting Days of Jam-Packed Values in Every Department. Sale Starts Thursday, April 6th Through Saturday, April 8th. FREE MOI)ERNAGE POR- TABLE SEWING MACHINE Will Be Given Away. Nothing to Buy Come in and Register. RULES FOR CONTEST: .... You mus be 16 years of age or older. You must live within 60 miles of Charles Town. You may register 3 times but only once a day. You_ need. not be present to win. Drawing .Will Be Held on Saturday, April 8th at 5:30 P. M. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Relter, mx year old Dana Reiter, will be on hand to draw the ticket for some lucky person. Free Gifts for the Children. THREE EASY WAYS TO BUY: ....CASH - LAYAWAY- CHARGE! -b NS ,,C0VF[ IJ. ] " ENTIRE STOCK OF I CX[N[I.IF B[DSPREADS | LADIES COATS, TOPPERS & SUITS I Regular $:,.99 ! SALE. I Regular $10.99 to $44.99 [ SALE $ J).77 1 I NOW 1-3 to 'A OFF REG. PRtCFI _.._" I BOY'S SUITS I I Ahll:q rnllMhATlnM /'.tl)idl:idTq ]CANNON DISH CLOIltS ! vSiu= t6';11"29 1%Valmlu rtJant ilNVa mels--' /Bllras an lGii'lrl lel1:0 [ for ,1.00 ! SALE $ql %.00 [ Regular $1.00 to $5.99 i __.__ i 1 I NOW to $ .97 I 1 Sizes 12 -- 20 ,[ I- | MEN'S RAILROAD 1 Values to $2299 | I WfiDV ffiPV II AIE, 16.oo I CHILDRENS SUITS, TOPPERS & COATS [ I --.1" | Regular $5.99 to $22.99 |4 Colors-Sibes 10 to 13 __.,_ ._......o. I NOW $ A .97 to .97 [ SALE 1 BUY 5 3YUKI LUAIb 1 JLl-,, / m Sizes 8 -- 20 I /3 Prs" Fr SSc I Values to $16.99 | NFANTS and CHILDRENS SWEATEP5 . --- SALE $Q.O0 I Sizes 1 to 3to --Quality Brands / c cnr c / Regular $2.99 to $7.99 ---'-- | NOW $t.27 to $m).97 [ Size 6 to 10---SALE BOY'S FELT HATS ] I- / Pair 77 Regular $2.99 | /~klr" /~l't/~l II~ ttl= klttTI/~LIt= / m m m SALE--S .97 [ i" u[" Ii I Regular' 5c to 29c Values ] NOW lc each .... This event only. I Regular $299 B0 $ SPORT SHIRTS I - I SALE $ .97 Knit Shirts---Sizes 6- 181 0N[ GROU 0P F DRAPERY FABRICS I __1 SALE $ .00 I " ,1 48-1nch Bolts - Reg. $1.99 per yard lAbile I W=I DV I -- N Yd. For ' .00 au..a Jl..LLn/ I ow ,> $1 I B O Y' S I" I1 ,, [ Regular 59c---SALE RUBBER RhlNb0AIS I PLASTIC DRAPERIES I 2 for 47 Sizes 6 . 16--R g. $. ! 1,-. . . A... I ..,. _- I tcegular vvc .a palr--- ow I iALl C N 88 I ow 2 Pairs For ,100 I C0$bI[IICS ' I ' I Dorothy Perkins Deodo- I rant , --Reg $I 00 M[NS DRESS S,0eSl SPRING WOOLEN SOLID, CHECKS I " 1 Tablie Vames ro $14.99 SALE c SALE $-.oo I, AND PLA'DS !, 50 4' [ Regular $2.99 to $3.99 I -- 1 Table Values to $8.99 I NOW $ t .97 to $),97 I LADI DRESS 61.OVr SALE $ .00 2 I i Values to $1.99 ------- SALE c I MENS SPORT SHIRTS I 67 KITCHEN CH. I Short Sleeves---Sizes S- M. L [ CUSHIONS I SALE ,1,00 I L I AWN Reg. 79c---SALE IIh - for $- .00 I I F0 . 186 FURNITURE 2 1 [ MENS SPORT SHIRTS [Cha,r 1 .44 ------- I Long Sleeves--Sizes S - M - L - XL | I Values to $5.99 -SALE $ .00 [ ,. PILLOWS "'" 1 Chaise Lunge 9"44 "State Pride"-Extra Plump I MENS BLUE CHAMBRAY SHIRTS I LAWN Id0W[F5 Reg. $1 99.--SALE for $ .00 Sizes 14 17 .... SALE c 2 3 I 97 [ Most Sizes-Briggs-Stratton : .--=.---- | t Engine( Many Other I " . I Features. B L A N K F T S ] "RED CAHEL" ILL UNIFORHS I $/110.99 to Wild Rose Demgn " . I SHIRT AND PANT Colors--Sizes 14 - 20 | 94% Rayon-6% Acri I Shirts and 29 - 50 Pants l $=7A.99 Regular $8 99 | Regular $5.98 :Set I I"IF SALE $AI.97 | Reg. $5.98 Set .... SALE $1 .00 Set | we T e Tradt-Ir High 1 1 Dollars For Old Mowers. " ' CASH 9- 9 Friday CHARGE if ][ Jr 9 . 6 Saturday LAY-A-WAY ffi= CHARLES__ TOWNS MODERN AND UP-TO-DATE SHOPPING CENTER --- PLENTY OF FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSToMERS---